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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghermez Agha View Post
    I wish you guys gave vahid more of a chance - he never fully settled the same way as majid due to injuries and also being used in different positions. he is 100% worth keeping in a season you will need depth playing in 3 competitions (euorpa, super lig, cup) but I know it seems very unlikely. shame......
    I was closely following him this past season. Vahid is a great technical player but his style of play as a solid winger does not fit Trabzons style of play. However if he could be as technical as he is, while playing a left defender then he would definitely have a permanent place there I think. Unal Karaman tried him as a left back but he did not do well there. My guess he does not like to be a defender. Trabzon conceded at least one goal because he was not looking behind him while the ball curved into the far post and was tipped in. Valid will do very well back in Iran in one of the big four teams.
    I believe we have players that can fit in Trabzon very well, players in Hajsafi caliber can do very well in Turkey. Turkey always welxomes strong and fast players, their players generally are physically strong but speed is what lacks in many of their best players. Anyway I can go on an on about Turkey - generally speaking Amiri was a good try out but given the cultural similarities I think Trabzon should continue to be looking at Iranian players as cheaper and better alternative to other options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardalan View Post
    Man nemidonam in tanha bazargarmie ya na, AMMA agar Majid bekhahad dar Serie A baazi konad bayad dar do zamine - be nazare man - amalkardesh behtar beshe:

    1. Tasmimgiri dar faaze yargiri; dar fasle pish Majid ra dar barkhi az baaziha gomshode mididam dar vazifeye yargiri, gahi vaghthaa yare harif raa az dast mide vaghti teamash zire feshaare.

    2. Tasmimgiri dar sahneyaafe defaie tak baa tak; gahi vaghthaa Majid dorost nemidone kei bayad tackl bezane va kei bayad faghat ro pa beiste va
    fazaaye harif ra bebande.

    Albate az nazare ghodrat-badani besyaar khobe, va tavanaahie tackl zadane daghighi daare, va dar zemn kaaresh ba top az Rahman Rezaei ke chandin
    fasl dar Italia baazi kard kheili behtare.

    AGAR bere Sassuolo zire daste Roberto De Zerbi khahaad kaard kard ke yeki az behtarin morrabbihaaye javone Italia ast (40 saaleshe).
    Majid is advised to be better thinker not just defensively but also when the team attacks. He should follow many great examples out there that start their teams attack right there from the back two, he is not there yet in my opinion but has the potential if he starts opening his vision and be a little more confident on the ball.

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    Majid Hosseini (and Vahid Amiri...?) will be teammates with John Obi Mikel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leicester City View Post
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    Majid Hosseini (and Vahid Amiri...?) will be teammates with John Obi Mikel.
    Lol Turkey's Süper league is the new Serie A signing up all the washed up talents in their twilight years

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    Quote Originally Posted by persian_pooya View Post
    Lol Turkey's Süper league is the new Serie A signing up all the washed up talents in their twilight years

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    Well to Trabzonspor's defense, they were also trying to sign the young Hungarian playmaker, Adam Nagy from Bologna: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Mikel is ok at AFCON and Captain of Nigerian NT, not like he was at his prime at Chelsea, but it will suffice for Turkey and EL.

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    Mikel is an acceptable signing for them bc he is signing on a free and for a reportedly low salary. They need cover in defensive midfield bc they had injuries this season and were a bit exposed there. Nagy is a quality young player, along with mikel and onazi is a very solid midfield. Plus they will be in europa league next year and DEFINITELY need additional cover. They also permanently will keep nwakaeme who was key for them last year, and added marseiles young turkish winger sari.

    Will be interesting to see if Omur and Yazici stay. Maybe one will leave. Regardless, with these solid moves in the off season (considering that trabzon are under financial pressure) I hope they can put together another successful year and majid can show himself to potential suitors.

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    Amiri will leave from team. Co-Chairman explained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burak View Post
    Amiri will leave from team. Co-Chairman explained.
    Any idea where he'll end up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burak View Post
    Amiri will leave from team. Co-Chairman explained.
    Good!

    His form in the Asian Cup was considerably worse than before he went to that 3rd rate league.

    Hopefully he will be back to PER this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kian B. View Post
    Any idea where he'll end up?
    I guess Tractor.

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